Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley, Blood Moon video still crop, 2021, The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia. Image courtesy of the artist.
As a companion program to the exhibition Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley: Blood Moon, The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) hosts an event exploring the themes of Blood Moon through art, dance, and nature.
The evening begins at FWM where the newly commissioned video installation Blood Moon is presented across two floors. Visitors can screen print a glowing Halloween tote in the workshop, then take a moonlit walk to the Rail Park where dance fellows from BalletX will perform outdoors.
Attendees are invited to conclude the evening around the corner from the park at Love City Brewery.
Registration is required.
Rain date: Thursday, October 21.
Blood Moon is an immersive installation centered on the presentation of two new film works—Blood Moon and I’m Jackson Pollock—each featuring Reid Kelley and Kelley’s distinctive black-and-white palette and rhyming wordplay.